I've configured IIS / OWA for Exchange 2003 many times but never on Exchange 2007 on SBS2008. Found many articles but the screenshots they provide don't seem to relate to what I'm seeing on my server.
Eg: Followed one article which advised the first step is to enter the internal & external URLs in Client Access within Exchange Management Console. I'm not clear if I can choose what to enter as the internal url or if it has to be something specific. Anyhow, I entered "https://webmail
a" but on attempting to browse to this url from a workstation I get "This page cannot be displayed".
Other articles advise to then launch IIS Manager. I have both IIS Manager and IIS 6.0 Manager. In IIS Manager, the screens look nothing like those shown in any illustrations I can find: Along the top, I have File, View & Help rather than File, Action, View, Window & Help. On the console tree, on expanding my server name, I have Application Pools, FTP Sites & Sites. Within 'Sites' I do have 'Default Web Site' but this doe not contain an item called "OWA" which all illustrations say it should. There is however an OWA entry under SBS Web Applications, but this does not have a Properties tab.
In IIS 6.0 Manager, I do have File, Action, View, Window & Help along the top, but expanding my server name only shows 'FTP Sites' with a red cross.
Must be doing something wrong??!
Finally just to be sure, can anyone confirm my certificate is installed ok? In SBS2008 Console, Under Network/Connectivity, View Certificate Properties shows the certificate as being issued to remote.myexternaldomain.co
m and issued by myservername-myinternaldom
. Nothing I need to change here?